COBI - World War II Warships - GNEISENAU 2,417 pieces
Original price £144.99 - Original price £144.99
£144.99 - £144.99
Current price £144.99
A collector's model of the German battleship Gneisenau from World War II was designed by the COBI company in a 1:300 scale model. It consists of 2417 building blocks and is 81 cm long. It faithfully reflects the proportions of the historic ship and retains all its essential elements, including armament. The model ship was created to look as it did during "Operation Berlin 1941" (Atlantic). It was the famous corsair rally in the Atlantic Ocean with the battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau! The block model of the Gneisenau ship has been covered with high-quality prints that do not wear off even during use. Noteworthy is the intricately reproduced shape of the hull and attention to maintaining as many details as possible. The model has numerous moving parts such as: propellers, rudders, rotating turrets and gun barrels that can be raised and lowered. The set also includes a very stable and aesthetic black display stand with description plates with the name of the ship printed on it. Although the ship is very large, its construction is simple thanks to the intuitive instructions based on clear illustrations. Nearly 2,500 elements ensure many hours of construction and a detailed finished model! The Gneisenau ship is an ideal item for fans of history, military technology, military and marine engineering. After assembling the ship looks very impressive, attracts eyes and will surely become a treasured decoration of your collection, living room or your office! Express your passion and build history, piece by piece! The Gneisenau was a WWII German battleship that entered service on May 21, 1938. Both Scharnhorst and Gneisenau were a new type of German battleship. They were characterized by greater size, speed and more powerful weapons. They were created in response to the expansion of the navy in France. Gneisenau took part in many combat operations, including the famous Operation Berlin in 1941, where it proved to be very effective. It was sunk on March 28, 1945 in Gdynia in order to block the port. 2,417 high-quality blocks Produced in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition The blocks meet the safety standards of products for children Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature Clear and intuitive instructions based on illustrations and step-by-step directions Aesthetic display stand for the model Nameplate Scale 1: 300 model Model dimensions: (L x W x H): 810 mm x 125 mm x 210 mm.